George Street (cricketer)

George Street (Cricketer)

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George Benjamin Street (6 December, 1889 – 24 April, 1924) was an English cricketer who played in one Test in 1923. For his domestic side Sussex he was their regular wicket-keeper from 1912, when he succeeded Harry Butt, until his death.

Cricket career

Born in Charlwood, Surrey, Street made his first-class debut in 1909 against Cambridge University scoring 4 not out, batting at 10, and taking two catches., CricketArchive, Retrieved on 17 December 2008

Street played five university matches in three seasons before he made his County Championship debut against Somerset in 1912., CricketArchive, Retrieved on 17 December 2008

Street scored his maiden half-century against Gloucestershire later that season, batting at 10 he made 72 in a ninth wicket stand of 131 with Percy Fender., CricketArchive, Retrieved on 17 December 2008, CricketArchive, Retrieved on 17 December 2008

In 1921 Street scored his maiden century with an innings of 109 against Essex, sharing in a 141 run partnership with Vallance Jupp., CricketArchive, Retrieved on 17 December 2008 Street scored two fifties to finish the 1921 season with 617 runs at an average 21.27, the highest average of his career.

Having previously been a lower-order batsman, Street was given the chance to...
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